Jordan Cameron
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4 days ago

Cameron secured only one of four targets for six yards in Thursday's 17-6 preseason victory over the Falcons.

EDGE Analysis

The starting tight end had a pair of drops and was generally the most ineffective of all of the Dolphins' starting skill players during extended action. Cameron is nevertheless expected to play an important role in head coach Adam Gase's offensive system, although he'll have an uphill climb for targets considering the talented trio of DeVante Parker, Jarvis Landry and Kenny Stills figure to command plenty of Ryan Tannehill's attention.

Jordan Cameron
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1 week ago

Cameron had one reception for five yards in the Dolphins loss to Dallas on Friday.

EDGE Analysis

Cameron has had a rough training camp trying to learn the new offense. He dropped an easy touchdown pass from Ryan Tannehill on Friday and while that drop is concerning, it happens. What should be encouraging for fantasy owners is that Tannehill was looking his way in the red zone.

Jordan Cameron
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2 weeks ago

Cameron is still in the process of learning the new offense, Anthony Chiang of the Palm Beach Post reports.

EDGE Analysis

Usually an Adam Gase offense is extremely tight end friendly but Cameron still hasn't caught on to all of the nuances as of yet. Cameron was a disappointment last season in Miami so better things are expected this season but it seems it could take him a few games before he fully learns the system. Proponents of the offense will point out that Julius Thomas had his best season playing in it, but that was with Peyton Manning behind center, not Ryan Tannehill.

Jordan Cameron
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3 months ago

Cameron said a talk with Julius Thomas helped convince him to stick around with the Dolphins under new head coach Adam Gase, who served as Thomas' offensive coordinator with the Broncos in 2013 and 2014, the Palm Beach Post reports.

EDGE Analysis

Following his disappointing first season in Miami, the 27-year-old Cameron was going to be released if he didn't agree to a pay cut. His comments suggest he strongly considered moving on, yet ultimately decided to give things a chance in a Dolphins offense that could place more emphasis on the tight ends. Cameron thus accepted a pay cut from $7.5 million to $6 million, but with only one-third of the salary guaranteed, it's still possible a poor training camp could lead to his release. Cameron had an ugly 2015 campaign, catching just 35 passes for 386 yards and three touchdowns, despite seeing 70 targets (5.5 YPT) while playing all 16 games. Health was his biggest issue prior to last season, as he was mostly efficient with his targets during a four-year run with the Browns.

Jordan Cameron
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6 months ago

The Dolphins have restructured Cameron's contract in order to gain a degree of salary cap relief, the Miami Herald reports.

EDGE Analysis

Per the agreement, Cameron's base salary for 2016 has been reduced from $7.5 million to $6 million, while more importantly ensuring that the tight end will be retained this coming season after he was limited to 35 catches for 386 yards and three TDs in his first year with the Dolphins. Under new coach Adam Gase, who believes that Cameron is a good fit within his offensive system, the tight end could be in a for a bounce-back season, assuming he can avoid the sort of injury issues that hampered him during his four-year stint with the Browns.

Jordan Cameron
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6 months ago

The Dolphins and Cameron have been in talks about restructuring the tight end's contract with the team, NFL Network's Rand Getlin reports.

EDGE Analysis

Getlin adds that the potential changes being discussed pertaining to Cameron's salary "will be relatively minor." Either way, it appears as though the tight end will be back with the Dolphins in 2016, on the heels of a 2015 campaign in which he was limited to 35 catches for 386 yards and three TDs in his first year with the team after inking a two-year, $15 million deal with Miami last March.

Jordan Cameron
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6 months ago

Cameron is expected to stay in Miami next season, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.

EDGE Analysis

Cameron only had 35 receptions for 386 yards and three scores in his first season in Miami. There was some thought that the team would be better off moving on and saving $9.5 million against the salary cap but head coach Adam Gase came out and stated Wednesday that he has no issues with the veteran tight end and expects Cameron to start for Miami in 2016.

Jordan Cameron
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8 months ago

Cameron only had six yards on two receptions in the season finale Sunday

EDGE Analysis

Any way you look at it, Cameron was a bust for Miami this season. Sure Ryan Tannehill was inconsistent, but even when he was playing well (had 350 yards passing Sunday), Cameron just wasn't a big part of the offense. Cameron is signed for the 2016 season as well but the Dolphins may elect to bring in another tight end to either take the starting job away for him or at the very least, compete for it.

Jordan Cameron
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8 months ago

Cameron had three receptions for 34 yards in the Dolphins loss to the Colts on Sunday.

EDGE Analysis

Cameron has been a huge disappointment his first season in south Florida. The Dolphins were hoping he would make up for the loss of Charles Clay but it just hasn't happened. It's not all his fault however as the offense has been about as inconsistent as you can get.

Jordan Cameron
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8 months ago

Cameron hauled in his lone target for five yards in Sunday's loss to the Chargers.

EDGE Analysis

Sunday marked Cameron's fourth one-catch game in his last seven contests. The fifth-year tight end earned some intrigue in September, totaling 135 receiving yards in the season's first two weeks, but has failed to top 35 yards in a game since and has found the end zone just twice. As the season comes to a close, Cameron is outside the Top 25 among tight ends in most major receiving categories and shouldn't be considered an option on rosters.